Google offshoot Waymo announced it is launching the nation's first commercial self-driving taxi service in the Phoenix suburbs.
Many Americans don't have a solid understanding of what 911 professionals do during their careers, and that contributes to a salary problem for dispatchers.
In a major new effort to curb smoking, a top U.S. health official pledged to try to ban menthol cigarettes and tighten rules governing the sale of most flavored versions of electronic cigarettes.
Nearly eight months after one of its autonomous test vehicles hit and killed an Arizona pedestrian, Uber wants to resume testing on public roads.
Policies that prevent ferries and other vessels from overloading passengers are important because they set standards that operators generally follow.
Texas A&M's Disaster IQ app sets out to streamline vital information while also educating communities with a resilience strategy during emergencies.
A NASA satellite designed to precisely measure changes in Earth's ice sheets, glaciers, sea ice and vegetation was launched into polar orbit from California.
New York City is piloting a new system that enables electric vehicle drivers to charge their cars etc., by plugging them into a lamppost.
If anyone with a computer and a 3D printer will soon have the ability to produce 3D-printed guns, how quickly will policymakers respond with new laws?